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AromaWorks Aromatherapy ALERT Inhaler

$8.95
Size: 0.125oz
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Description

ALERT Pocket Inhaler – powerful aromatherapy anytime you need one of the best natural energy boosters. Helps enhance brain power if you need to stay sharp. Stimulate your body if you need help staying awake. Perfect for busy professionals, serious students, and sleepy new parents.

The cotton soaked spin inside this easy-to-use inhaler offers a delicate mix of pure essential aromatherapy oils. Neroli to super-charge your nervous system, relieve tension, and calm anger. Basil and spearmint for improving brain function and promote optimism. A star in the world of natural pick me ups! Use as needed. No harmful side effects. Full Money Back Guarantee.

Uses

Include ALERT Pocket Inhaler in your essential oil medicine cabinet. The internal cotton spine comes soaked in pure essential oils. When you place the inhaler under your nostrils and breathe deeply, the oils’ microscopic molecules make contact with tiny olfactory nerve receptors inside your nostrils. Those receptors instantly relay the molecules to your limbic system, the brain’s command center for emotions and metabolic function. This is the principle behind the ancient healing art of aromatherapy. Individual results may vary.


Ingredients

Essential oils of neroli, basil and spearmint.


Tell Me More

On a quest for more energy? Think about adding the ancient healing art of aromatherapy to your health program.

AromaWorks ALERT Pocket Inhaler is a balanced blend of three essential oils: neroli, which aromatherapists sometimes use to revive a depleted nervous system and/or combat physical exhaustion, and basil and spearmint for concentration and optimism. Inside the plastic inhaler is a cotton spine soaked in rich essential oils.

Try ALERT before a job interview, important meeting, final exam, or big date. New parents can use it during those early months, when they need to be ultra-attentive despite the exhaustion.

Place the inhaler below one nostril and inhale once or twice. Since your olfactory nerve receptors cannot cross from one side of the brain to the other, inhaling through your right nostril affects only your right brain. Experts know that each side of the brain affects different aspects of health and well-being. So you can maximize benefit by inhaling first through one nostril and then the other.

This unique mix of basil and spearmint is totally safe and extremely effective. Both these ingredients are among the most popular essential oils, used around the world for treating minor, everyday health problems.


FAQ

What is the ALERT Pocket Inhaler?
How do you use the ALERT Pocket Inhaler?
What exactly is aromatherapy?
How does "inhalation" aromatherapy work?
Do scientists consider aromatherapy effective?
Is ALERT safe for everyone?
Can ALERT interfere with prescription drugs?

What is the ALERT Pocket Inhaler?
ALERT is an all-natural stimulant that contributes to physical stamina, focused concentration and optimism. Inside this plastic inhaler is a cotton spine soaked in rich essential oils. The aromatic formula offers a quick energy boost and a fast-track to enhanced brain power. Try ALERT before a job interview, important meeting, final exam, or big date. New parents can use it during those early months, when they need to be ultra-attentive despite the exhaustion. ALERT is 100% safe and non-habit forming. It puts the power of clinically-tested aromatherapy at your fingertips.

How do you use the ALERT Pocket Inhaler?
It’s easy. You unscrew the cap, place the inhaler below one nostril and inhale once or twice. Since your olfactory nerve receptors cannot cross from one side of the brain to the other, inhaling through your right nostril affects only your right brain. Experts know that each side of the brain affects different aspects of health and well-being. So you can maximize benefit by inhaling first through one nostril and then the other.

What exactly is aromatherapy?
Essential oil aromatherapy is an ancient healing art that uses botanical sap (extracted from blossoms, leaves, bark and roots) to restore balance to the body, mind and emotions. It is based on the premise that your body’s natural state is balance. Illness or upset occur when that balance is disrupted by poor lifestyle habits or a contaminant. Among its many benefits, aromatherapy has been scientifically shown to perk brain power, promote appetite control, deliver anxiety relief and help you sleep better.

How does "inhalation" aromatherapy work?
As the name suggests, you inhale the aroma of a particular essential oil (or, more often, a blend of oils) selected because they have a curative effect on the problems you’re experiencing. French chemist Rene-Maurice Gattefosse coined the phrase in the 1930's. The idea is simple: because essential oils are “volatile” (meaning they generate vapors that float through the air), their molecules can enter your lungs when they’re inhaled, eventually making their way into your bloodstream. During inhalation, they also strike tiny, hair-like olfactory nerve receptors inside your nose. These receptors take them directly to your limbic system, the part of your brain that regulates unconscious metabolism, controls your stress responses and governs mental activity.

Do scientists consider aromatherapy effective?
Yes, many do. By the early 1900’s, essential oil aromatherapy had started to enjoy popularity and respect among scientists and physicians. For example, in the 1920's, Italian scientists documented its bacteria-destroying capability as well as its ability to impact the nervous system. During the 1940's, French physician Dr. Jean Valnet used essential oil aromatherapy (in ointment form) to disinfect and heal war injuries. Over the past 20 years, clinical research has started to show the effectiveness of this healing approach. Reputable studies have looked at problems ranging from food cravings to insomnia, anxiety, depression and even addiction; and data shows that essential oil aromatherapy can be an effective aide to treatment.

Is ALERT safe for everyone?
CALERT contains essential oil of basil which should not be used in large amounts during pregnancy. If you are expecting a baby and want to use the product, be sure to check first with your doctor or midwife. Also, people with asthma and other respiratory ailments should start by using smaller amounts of any essential oil. Then gradually increase if no adverse reaction occurs. Finally, Children under 5 should not use any aromatherapy blend.

Can ALERT interfere with prescription drugs?
No, essential oils do not interfere with prescription medication. Used by themselves, they can solve an occasional for even the healthiest people. For those with more significant health issues, essential oil aromatherapy can actually enhance the benefits of traditional medical care and prescription drugs.



Reviews

"The Sleep inhaler is amazing. It helps me fall asleep and stay asleep in a natural way. Thank you Amazing Solutions for providing this product."

"I just put in another order for the Relax aromatherapy. It does not really cure my anxiety but it makes it easier for me to live with it."

"Suppress helps keep my appetite under control, especially when I use it mid-meal. It keeps me from overeating."

"I ordered Sleep almost as a joke. But it worked! I'm writing this letter at 10 o'clock in the morning and I slept like a baby all night."

"When you work all night it's hard to come home and get your kids ready for school. Alert gives me a good burst of energy to get through it."

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"I lost 30 lbs in 18 months and Suppress helped a lot! It helped me control my cravings. Thanks, AromaWorks."

"I'm a yoga instructor and buy AromaWorks inhalers to pass along to my students. I like that you use genuine essential oils. That makes these products more effective."

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